The book analyzes the doctrines and arguments of Universalism, a theological concept that has long been discussed and debated within Christendom.
Universalism is the belief that all people without exception will eventually receive God's love, grace, salvation, mercy, and election as sons of God.
It is obvious that this matter will have a profound affect on how people perceive God in their own lives; and consequently how they will perceive many social and political matters as well. This thus is an issue which everyone must correctly understand.
A deciding point in Universalism is whether the God of the Bible, the God of Israel, is the God of all peoples. If one says that He is, they are left with either a great contradiction, or are asserting that there has been a great change in the ways of God. Proving that this great change has occurred or will occur is a major stumbling block for Universalists.
It is the author's contention that many of the doctrines of Universalism are derived from the personal beliefs of desires of men, not from what God has stated, has done, or has promised to do. When people are guided by their inner nature and feelings instead of by God's Word or Spirit, it results in the Religion of HUMANISM. This is the foundation for much of what is called Universalism.